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Advocate December 2018
Explore client support networks—peers, families and significant others—in this issue of the Advocate.
The Network of Alcohol and other Drugs Agencies (NADA) is the peak organisation for the non government alcohol and other drugs sector in NSW. Our vision is a connected and sustainable sector providing quality evidence based programs to reduce alcohol and drug related harms to NSW communities. Learn more.

News

Data breach response plan

The passage of the Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Act 2017 established a Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) scheme in Australia.
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Sector watch update: February 2019

NSW Ministry of Health update: The NSW Government has formally responded to the Parliament’s Portfolio Committee No.2 (Health and Community
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2019 International family drug support day

Tuesday 26th February 2019 10.30am – 12.00pm Heritage Room, NSW Teachers Federation Conference Centre 23-33 Mary Street, Surry Hills Click
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Delegates to attend NADA special general meeting

NADA kindly requests delegates to attend the special general meeting, to be held on Tuesday 5 March at the Rydges
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Events

04Mar

Engaging with families and significant others in the AOD sector - Orange

Develop your skills for supporting families and significant others of…
05Mar

NADA Special General Meeting

The NADA Special General Meeting to be held on the…
07Mar

Engaging with families and significant others in the AOD sector - North Sydney

Develop your skills for supporting families and significant others of…

Resources

Working in the AOD sector can be very rewarding. Nevertheless, as with any job, the work can also take a toll when demands exceed our ...
From 1 July 2018, non government organisations (NGOs) contracted by NSW Health to provide alcohol and other drug treatment services will have five core performance ...
NADA is developing factsheets to help you gain essential knowledge about working with other agencies. This first set will help you navigate child protection and ...
Language is powerful—especially when discussing alcohol and other drugs (AOD) and the people who use them. Download this resource [PDF] Intended for the non government ...
This resource provides AOD organisations with information and tips on how to conduct an evaluation and set up the necessary support systems to measure the ...
Supporting young people with AOD issues A profile of non government AOD services for young people in NSW Version two Download this resource [PDF] Background ...
A tool to improve Aboriginal inclusion in AOD services Are your organisational practices inclusive when working with Aboriginal people and the Aboriginal community? This resource ...
This resource promotes referral pathways for women accessing AOD treatment. It includes brief overviews of the Women’s Network members, specialist non government women’s services providing ...
The model of care provides a description of the nature and approach of women’s only AOD service provision in NSW and provides an overarching picture ...
NADAbase online tutorials provide videos, information and instructions to helps members to navigate through the various areas of NADAbase. The tutorials cover subject matters such ...

Jobs

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Network updates

NADA practice leadership group

Network update The NADA Practice Leadership Group (NPLG) met for their quarterly meeting in September 2018 where new members of
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Research network

Network update CMHDARN recently accepted expressions of interest for a second round of Seeding Grants for 2018/19. A panel will
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Youth AOD services network

Network update In November 2018, the Youth AOD Services Network participated in a workshop on ‘DNA-V: A new model for
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Women’s AOD services network

Network update The Women’s Network has had a busy year of information sharing, gathering and exchanging learnings within the network.
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